Star Wars: Yoda Stories is a fun little game which runs windowed on your desktop as you control Luke Skywalker, Rebel swashbuckler extraordinaire.
The game starts innocently enough as you land on Dagobah to find everyone's favorite green Muppet (with the possible exception of Kermit), Yoda. From there, the game is a grand combination of quests, traveling to far-off places like Neshtab and Tatooine where you'll accomplish missions for the Jedi Master himself.
The graphics for Yoda Stories are relatively simple, yet well done. All the characters have oversized heads so that you can identify them easily. (Or maybe they've just got a lot of thinking to do. You never know.) You should also expect to hear snippets of music from the popular Star Wars movies at various points throughout the game.
The only thing to really dislike is the control. You use the mouse to click the direction you want to go throughout the top-down layout, holding the left button to move. To fight, you select your weapon and click the right button while facing the direction you wish to attack. Moving about is fine, but attacking enemies leaves a lot to be desired.
But if you're in the mood for a small (and kind of silly) adventure game, then Yoda Stories does the trick. While not as hard-core and immersive as Star Wars: Dark Forces or Star Wars: Jedi Knight, it still brings you the Star Wars environment -- all while taking up an unbelievably small two megs of hard drive space.
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